While the rules for Covid in England will change on Monday, July 19, they do not change in Wales.
So while in England you will no longer be legally required to wear masks in public, in Wales, where nearly all coronavirus restrictions will be listed on August 7, wearing face masks will remain mandatory on transport. public and in most indoor environments.
Mark Drayford told the BBC that people arriving from England by train will need to cover their faces as soon as they cross the Welsh border.
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The Welsh Prime Minister told BBC Breakfast he hoped the British would heed the ‘clear’ advice on face coverings given by Boris Johnson, but that the practice would be a legal requirement in Wales.
“The people who run the transport system will make sure people know that when they arrive in Wales different rules apply,” he told BBC Breakfast.
“If you are traveling to Wales by road you will now see signs saying ‘Welsh rules apply’. This will also be the case for trains and other means of transport.
“I hope people will heed the clear advice from the Prime Minister that they should continue to wear face coverings on public transport.
“Here in Wales the rule will be clear, it’s not just advice, it’s what the law will require. “
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